This year’s projects center on hydrogen production, anti-ice coatings for wind turbines, infectious biofilm resistant orthopedic implants, among others.
Several UB students traveled to the Holy Cross School in Makhanda, South Africa, to run a weeklong STEM camp for kindergarten to seventh grade students.
The CTSI has awarded new Translational Pilot Studies Program grants to assist investigators in developing promising new technologies and therapeutics.
Ying is being recognized for her widley respected research in magnetic resonance.
Cho aims to develop a validated OEF data acquisition processing algorithm.
QAS.AI awarded $1 million National Science Foundation grant for clinical evaluation in Buffalo, Florida.
Research expenditures eclipsed $100 million for the first time in school history after an 11% increase in funding over the previous year.
The new faculty bring expertise and interest in areas ranging from theoretical computer science to next-generation solar cells.